This is the last of five posts showing the five-sided building wedged into one of five corners at the intersection of 6th Avenue, Alameda Street, and Toole Avenue downtown. (Here's a closeup on Google Maps.)
There've been so many murals on these walls that we made a special page for the building that shows blog posts from over the years:
Layers of murals: histories of a few walls
The last time I showed photos of this building was the fourth in this series: 191-197 Toole in 2023, post 4 of 5: East side.
I have no idea why the people who built this weirdly-shaped building made it even weirder by making what would have been a sharp corner on the south end into a flat corner only a few feet wide. It's at the left edge of this photo — most of which shows the east side of the building:
That's the last post from this mural magnet — for now.